A rough plan of attack for shaping a scientific principles/framework
for Columbia River basin fish and wildlife restoration was laid out for
the Northwest Power Planning Council Tuesday and Wednesday during work
sessions at Spokane.
The fast-track planning process produced some surprising budget estimates
— $700,000 in fiscal year 1998 to assemble framework scientific and policy
development teams and begin the work and another $2.7 million in fiscal
1999 to complete the process. …